The circuit

More information will be added later

pcb_spectrum.jpgThe PCB used in this project is designed and made in school. (more information added later)

When the pcb hs been made, it needs to be cleaned and drilled with 1mm holes, this is to allow the components to be inserted. The components then need to be soldered into position.

When building the circuit a number of tools are needed.

These include

Long nose pliersLong nose pliers, these are both cutting and gripping pliers used by electricians and other tradesmen to bend, re-position and cut wire. Their namesake long gripping nose provides excellent control and reach for fine work in small or crowded electrical enclosures, while cutting edges nearer the pliers’ joint provide “one-tool” convenience. Given their long shape, they are useful for reaching into cavities where cables (or other materials) have become stuck or unreachable to fingers or other means.

Side cuttersSide cutters, these are used to cut the wire at the correct length, and,

Insulating wire remover

a tool to remove the plastic insulating wire from outside of the wire connecting the components together.

The wire used in building this circuit is made up of two sections: – The insulating material, which is the plastic outside, this material does not allow electricity to pass through it, and the conductor wire which is the material inside the plastic that allows the electricity to pass through it.


3 Responses

  1. when would the rest of the information be added because it would be very useful for me for the exams?

  2. All the other information is on the section titled “the components”. There is also al the other sections within this topic.

  3. thank you that if very helpful!

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